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Narmadha Banalingam - 2 x 1.5 Inches | Banalinga Shivling/ Banalingam for Pooja

Original price Rs. 100.00 - Original price Rs. 100.00
Original price
Rs. 100.00
Rs. 100.00 - Rs. 100.00
Current price Rs. 100.00
SKU 72503820
Width Height Depth Weight

1.25 in

2 in

0.5 in

0.045 kg

• The Narmada Banalingam holds immense significance in Hindu spirituality and is revered as a sacred representation of Lord Shiva.
• The Narmada Banalingam is sourced from the Narmada River, one of the holiest rivers in India.
• The banalinga shivling stones from this riverbed are naturally formed, and their unique oval shape is considered auspicious.
• The banalingam are typically brown or grayish in color, and their smooth, elliptical shape is believed to be a result of the river's flow and the divine energies associated with it.
• Worship of the Narmada Banalingam original is considered highly auspicious and is believed to bring blessings from Lord Shiva.
• The original Narmada Banalingam is often placed in home temples or sacred spaces for daily worship.
• Devotees perform abhishekam (ritual bathing) with water, milk, or other sacred substances as an act of devotion.
• Reciting Shiva mantras and prayers while worshipping the Banalingam is a common practice.
• The Banalingam represents the cosmic pillar (Lingodbhava) form of Lord Shiva and is a powerful symbol of the formless and eternal nature of the divine.
• Devotees believe that keeping a Narmada Banalingam in the home brings spiritual harmony, protection, and the blessings of Lord Shiva.
• The Narmada Banalinga shivaling is handled with reverence and respect. Devotees believe that it should be kept clean and regularly anointed with sacred substances.
• The Narmada Banalinga Shivaling makes for a thoughtful and spiritually significant gift for those seeking divine blessings and a connection to Lord Shiva.
• Embrace the spiritual vibrations and divine energy that the Narmada Banalingam embodies.
• Whether as a personal object of worship or a gift to a loved one, the Banalingam serves as a sacred reminder of the eternal presence of Lord Shiva in one's life.